Free Videoconference: Design Systems as a Vehicle for Systemic Change

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  • June 1, 11am PT/2pm ET – Register to attend.

    When asked, I’m sure many people would point to something visual about design systems. In reality, most of the work and so the effort that can make these projects succeed or fail is unseen – the people bit. For many organisations, design systems present a challenge in terms of structure, delivery, and how to define value. Designing these unseen structures and pipelines can enable the great work everyone always wanted to do – while being communicative and collaborative in ways we’ve not done before.


    Dan is a Design Advocate for zeroheight, a design system documentation product, drawing on his experience at Auto Trader in the UK, looking after the design system and helping to improve the consumer experience there. He’s previously worked at McCann and the BBC, at web agencies, and as a freelancer. From making his first site in ‘97 to now, he’s always passionate about using the web to make things better for people and often awkwardly straddles the worlds of development and design to try and help solve problems. He publishes articles, talks at many events, and is a co-organizer of UpFront Conf. Outside of work, there’s noise to be made as These Dead Machines/Mark of 1000 Evils.

    June 1, 11am PT/2pm ET – Register to attend.